Beach Front Ventures Inc, Virginia Beach, Va, recently announced the launch of a new online store, www.RNHomeRehabTherapy.com, designed for patients and physical therapy clinics looking for competitively priced exercise and strength building products for rehabilitation therapy.
In honor of Aprils designation as National Youth Sports Safety Month, sports medicine experts at Johns Hopkins Childrens Center, Baltimore, are reminding parents, coaches, and pediatricians to watch out for repetitive-use injuries seen in young children.
AthletiCo Physical Therapy, Oak Brook, Ill, recently opened its newest physical therapy facility in Chicago near North Park and Northeastern Illinois Universities.
Runners high, a range of neurobiological rewards following moderate and intense aerobic activity often reported by active individuals may encourage habitual aerobic exercise, according to a new study published in the April 2012 issue of the Journal of Experimental Biology.
Sports medicine researchers from Linkping University, Linkping, Sweden, recently presented findings at a conference about physiotherapy in Linkping on March 22 that support the claim that winning teams suffer from fewer injuries.
Multi Radiance Medical, Solon, Ohio, is offering a free webinar, Beyond Tennis Elbow, Getting Rid of Tendonitis with Laser Therapy, Thursday, March 29 from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. EST.
Researchers from Duke University Medical Center (DUMC), Durham, NC; University of North Carolina (UNC), Chapel Hill, NC; National University of Singapore; and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, recently performed a study to determine whether slower walking speed was associated with increased risk of incident hip and knee osteoarthritis (OA)-related outcomes.
In an article in The Mercury, Pottstown, Pa, John R. Mishock, PT, DPT, DC, owner of Mishock Physical Therapy & Associates, Gilbertsville, Pa, writes that shoulder problems are the second most common injury he sees at the clinic.
The clinic reportedly offers a range of services, including sports specific rehab; therapeutic exercise; injury prevention; shoulder, elbow, wrist, and hand physical therapy; post-operative rehabilitation; spine/back and neck rehabilitation; work conditioning; and restoration of quality of life.
Belgium-based researchers recently set out to study the effects of exercise training after lung transplantation. Their findings were published online March 5, 2012, in the American Journal of Transplantation.